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Being interview for a heating and cooling magazine

There is a heating and cooling magazine that I was just recently interviewed for.

The magazine wanted to interview my businesses because of the multiple food locations that I own.

Having 15 different store locations demands a lot out on keeping track of our heating and cooling units. Making sure that each and every 15 heating and cooling systems are up to date and are maintenanced properly is a large task. The heating and cooling magazine asked how do we manage the maintenance side of our heating and cooling systems. I told them that we have a great staff in the office that keeps track and uses a log to write down what was done to each and every heating cooling system when our contracted hvac technician works on them. We also have a log that notifies us when we should be reaching out to our contracted heating and cooling technician to ask the technician if our systems should be replaced or not. According to our heating and cooling technician he has told us that any unit that’s over 12 years old should be replaced. He has also stated in the past that it is very rare that any unit over 12 years old should not be replaced. If a unit doesn’t need to be replaced it’s probably because there has been exceptional maintenance done and the unit has hardly ever broken down. He strongly suggests units over 12 years old be replaced because heating and cooling technology advances every few years, making them very energy efficient. I would not be able to maintenance and keep up-to-date with my heating and cooling systems if it wasn’t for the hvac technicians and my office staff.


Commercial air conditioning system